The early infusions of the Fenqing Yesheng Hong Cha from Tee Kontor Kiel had an intense and exotic sweetness. Towards the end, the aftertaste became sweeter.
The Wild Dian Hong Menghai from Tee Kontor Kiel is a forgiving tea with a well-balanced flavour profile. Slightly fruity with notes of chocolate and maltiness.
Tea Joint’s Jin Jun Mei Golden Eyebrows has a malty flavour profile. There were also some sour berries in the early infusions, but these quickly faded.
MIST Tea’s Seasonal High Mountain Black Tea is definitely fruity. I got a fruitiness in combination with sweet sugar cane and citrus notes.
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